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Sabre 47 Sea Trial on Chesapeake Bay

On time haul out at Hartges Yacht Yard in Galesville, MD for a survey and bottom inspection of Carolina Girl, a 2007 Sabre 47 that Yacht Broker Peter Ouellette, has up for sale. Following the short haul, Peter and the surveyors enjoyed a great sea trial on Chesapeake Bay. Fun fact...Carolina Girl was the last 47 Sabre ever built before retiring ...
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A Look Back at Lobster Palooza II

The 2019 boating season is finally upon us.  After the rush of getting boats delivered for the Memorial weekend, we have a moment to look back and reflect on one of the highlights of the 2018 boating season; LobsterPalooza II!  LobsterPalooza is a way for the DiMillo’s team to say thank you to our loyal Sabre Yachts and Back Cove...
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New Varnish for Sabre 47

Our Maryland service teams continues to be busy this season by giving this Sabre 47 “Carolina Girl” entirely new Awlwood varnish. She is looking spiffy and is ready for a new owner!
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Featured Listing 2007 Sabre 47 Motoryacht

This 2007 Sabre 47 Motoryacht “Carolina Girl” is new to the market! This one owner boat has some great features including: Cummins 540hp Low hours 400 Custom hardtop 2-Staterooms 2-Heads Generator Air conditioning with reverse cycle heat Bow thruster 2009 AB 11DLX with 2017 Yama...
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2018 Annapolis Boat Show Kicks Off Tomorrow!

The Annapolis Boat Show kicks off tomorrow, Thursday, October 11, 2018 and will run through Sunday, October 14, 2018. In Brokerage Cove we have on display a 2007 Sabre 47 Motor Yacht, 2008 Silverton Convertible, 2008 Sabre 34 Express, and 2014 Sabre 38 Salon Express…. All are available for you to get aboard and tour! Here are some picture...
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A Trip from Bridgeport, CT to Glen Cove, NY!

Our New York Yacht Broker, Andrew Cousins, joined our customer, Rick Cummings, at Brewer’s Pilots Point in Bridgeport, Connecticut, for a journey on Rick’s Sabre 47 Motor Yacht to Glen Cove, New York.  Here is a synopsis from Andrew on how the trip went: “I drove from our office to the Port Washington ferry, and took t...
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